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Blue Devils Partner with Wernick Musical Industries and Introduce System Blue Xylosynth!

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System Blue and Blue Devils in conjunction with Wernick Musical Instruments, introduces System Blue Xylosynth by Wernick Musical Instruments. "Teaming with Will and JJ at Wernick for the new System Blue Xylosynth gives us the edge into the electronic world" said Allan Murray, Product Development Manager for System Blue. "The new System Blue Xylosynth has been taken to a new level of quality along with the over haul of using buttons instead of control and transpose pedals. Out relationship together for now and the future is going to be exciting."

Wernick Musical Instruments is passionate about serving the marching band activity and what better way than to sponsor the top drum corps The Blue Devils. "We are honored and excited" say Will Wernick, owner of WMI. "The Xylosynth has already proved itself in the WGI Indoor Drumline competition and is now available to those playing outside."

"The Xylosynth's rugged, simple design, flawless performance and excellent customer support is key to the Blue Devils decision to endorse the Wernick System Blue Xylosynth" says David Gibbs, Executive Director of the Blue Devils. "With the System Blue Xylosynth, the Blue Devils expect to set the bar on electronic keyboards for the future and beyond and we are excited to partner with Wernick and Xylosynth."

"Wernick takes great care over every detail but perhaps the best function of the Xylosynth, other than the look and being user friendly, is the fact it takes but a second to power up" says Wernick. "Wernick Musical Instruments is excited about the new System Blue Xylosynth."

For more information and to purchase a Xylosynth NOW - go to System Blue Product Page

2010-06-02